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Fifth-generation Milling Machine: the Ceramill Matron from Amann Girrbach promises some "Serious Fun"

Posted on Monday, January 29, 2024

Maximum precision and surface quality in a new design for outstanding results and enjoyable craftsmanship

With the Ceramill Matron, Amann Girrbach launches the first fifth-generation milling machine on the market with superior features compared to older generation machines: outstanding precision and excellent milling results at maximum intuitive handling. The Ceramill Matron can be used for a wide range of materials, particularly in the carbide sector, and is suitable for autonomous order processing with up to eight blanks owing to the integrated Performance Blank Changer and can be fully integrated into the digital workflow. At the same time, the high level of user-friendliness makes Ceramill Matron the ideal partner for all users who place highest demands on quality, economy and enjoying their craftsmanship.

The new Ceramill Matron milling machine from Amann Girrbach is optimally designed for the precise and fast processing of carbide and is equipped with the latest tool technology and a 3 mm or 6 mm milling shaft. "The Ceramill Matron offers a completely new digital experience and achieves results with a precision that is on a par with any milling center. It can even be used to effortlessly machine hard metals such as titanium or cobalt-chrome up to 16 mm in-house," explains Daniel Leitner, Product Manager at Amann Girrbach.

Maximum precision of detail

The 45° arrangement of the A/B axes ensures high rigidity and accuracy with vibration-damping properties in the milling process. "With the Ceramill Matron, we achieve unprecedented running smoothness, which has an extremely positive effect on the surface quality and the service life of the milling cutters," explains Leitner and continues: “The 5-axis plus technology allows operating at extreme angles, resulting in very high precision, even in pronounced undercuts. In combination with our RFID technology, the SnapMag, a magnetically interchangeable 11-position tool carrier, makes tool changes quick and convenient. An unlimited number of cutters can be easily introduced via Plug&Play. With intelligent preloading, many materials and indications can be processed without the need for changing.”

Autonomous working and intuitive control

The 8-fold blank changer of the Ceramill Matron enables fully automated work processes in the field of dental production, whereby the control of the processes is intuitive: a high-resolution 21.5-inch display guides the user extremely conveniently through all work steps and contributes to more fun in everyday working life. Integrating the milling machine into the digital workflow is also very simple. "The Ceramill Matron is the ideal product for dental practices and laboratories that wish to drive digitization of their workflows forward and have the highest demands in terms of quality and cost-effectiveness. It is precisely this combination of performance and joy in craftsmanship that we wish to convey with our campaign slogan 'Serious Fun'," emphasizes Leitner. First users are also enthusiastic about the new Ceramill Matron. MDT Florian Barthel from HAL-Dent Zahntechnik GmbH in Halle (Germany) says: "For me, the Ceramill Matron can be described in 4 words: intuitive, powerful, trend-setting and multifunctional. For me, it closes the gap between the Ceramill Motion 3 and the Ceramill Matik in terms of design and is also absolutely future-proof due to its openness to future developments." Zeller Zahntechnik in Ulm (Germany) is delighted with the smooth running of the new machine: "As a laboratory that has already worked extensively with cobalt-chrome, we are very impressed by the smoothness of the Ceramill Matron when milling this extremely hard material. This results in long milling cutter service lives and hence a plus in the efficient use of resources."

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